If someone could reply, it would be MUCH! appreciated...
Patience is a virtue, one you apparently lack.
The forum is less busy on weekends so give people time to respond.
Now to answer your question, you will get slightly different voltages at different load levels with C&Q turned off, its to be expected. The reason the voltage drops significantly with C&Q on is that when it drops the clock speed it drops the voltage as well to reduce power consumption even more. HW monitor isnt entirely accurate with its voltage monitoring so those numbers might be off by a bit but they look to be about right.
Your temps are also about right, just browsing the internet my 955 tends to sit at about 34C, but idle temps are less important than load temps, as long as you stay in the safe range when at load idle temps dont matter at all.
temps look fine compared to my stock cooler 445 HTPC box.
LOL Sorry for posting to many, I dont have much patiens
but I am REALLY! geratful for all you helpful guys replying
But anyway I have seen some 445's @ stock V-core running 1.36
So why is mine higher?
Because your motherboard has put up those settings, if they are on auto.
1.4/1.425 is the normal v-core for Athlon X3s. WHat Mobo do you have though? Some Mobos can under/over volt on its own for various reasons.
OK so thanks everyone, I am going to buy a UCC mobo also, to try unlocking, what will my CPU be if unlocked?
A phenom what?
I have a ECS GF8100VM-M5, @ latest BIOS, but I am upgrading to a
Mainly for the UCC and DDR2- 3 , so I can upgrade RAM in future
It will be a Athlon X4 645, no L3 cache on the Rana chip.
I though it would be Phenom LOL, but yes I understand now, Rana is also a X4..